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Post-renewal Saratogians wouldn't recognize their city

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Title

Post-renewal Saratogians wouldn't recognize their city

Date

4/25/09

Source

The Saratogian

Description

For recent arrivals, it is hard to picture this city without the CVS Plaza on Congress Street, the vast parking lot on High Rock Avenue or the towering mixed use buildings that house The Gap, Talbots and other retail outlets...First started by the federal legislation in the 1960s under President Lyndon B. Johnson, the program aimed to revitalize the core of some of the country's neglected urban centers.

Creator

Bernstein, Andrew J.

Subject

Urban Renewal

Format

text

Provenance

Saratoga Springs

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Repository

Saratoga Room, Saratoga Springs Public Library

Record Creation Date

43270

Citation

Bernstein, Andrew J. , “Post-renewal Saratogians wouldn't recognize their city,” Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project, accessed July 15, 2024, https://ssmp.skidmore.edu/document/1019.

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